For her very first MS and Me blog, Teresa McShane delivers a tale of her fast-paced and effervescent years as an advertising executive in London but soon discovered that life had other ideas.
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Part 2 of a special feature on Menopause and MS from Bobbie Severson, ARNP from the MS Centre at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute in Seattle, Washington, US.
This week we bring you a special feature on Menopause and MS from Bobbie Severson, ARNP from the MS Centre at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute in Seattle, Washington, USA. We have divided it into two parts for ease of reading, click on the link at the end of the piece for Part 2.
Where do you get your MS treatment information? This week in her first blog as part of the renewed MS and Me writing team, Joan Jordan tackles medication, DMTs, clinical trials and decision-making. Read on for a clear description of how Joan made her DMT decisions….
This year International Women’s Day and Mother’s Day are the same week. In her blog today, Mary Deveraux lets us in on her thoughts for the occasions and reflects on her, and her family’s new experience of living with Primary Progressive MS.
Anxiety is a common symptom for people living with MS and can frequently be overlooked. This week, read Robert Joyce's first MS & Me blog addressing and dealing with anxiety.
Do you have a bucket list? This week for her first blog, Rosie McCormack writes about hers and how she dealt with all the holes in her bucket list post-diagnosis.
This week, Emma Rogan is reminiscing about mornings in a cold drafty boarding school in the Midlands. Read on for her take on the next forty days and forty nights.
This week Declan Groeger considers what it means to have help in the home. It’s never as simple as it sounds and when it comes to services for people with MS in Ireland, things are really very complex.
Today we conclude our introduction of our expanded 2018 MS & Me Blog team. There are a number of familiar faces and some shiny new additions! All are up for the challenge of writing and sharing their experience with the MS community.